Join us for a Cape Cod Holiday Celebration and to support Cape Abilities!

Come join us to celebrate local business and artisans Cape Cod who will be showcasing their exceptional artistic creations, talents and styles. A portion of the proceeds will go to benefit Cape Abilities.

Want to get that special person on your list a homemade gift from a local Cape Cod crafter? Want to enjoy delicious hors d’oeuvres from Encore Bistro? You have the ability to do that, and more, while benefiting an essential Cape Cod non-profit. Come shop and socialize at out East Dennis office!Cape Cod Holiday Celebration

When: Thursday, December 6th 5-8pm
Where: Robert Paul Properties East Dennis office, 1555 Route 6A
Vendors & exhibitors include:
Vineyard and Vines – Stylish Home Décor
Scargo Pottery – Local and Critically acclaimed pottery
Ocean Love Design – Artisan Jewelry maker
Rebeccah j – Handmade leather goods from Martha’s Vineyard
The Underground Bakery – Organic Coffee, desserts, vegan friendly
Encore Bistro – Creative New American Cuisine
Cape Abilities – Local Organic Holistic Soaps, Candles and Culinary Items

Learn more, and RSVP here!

About Cape AbilitiesCape Cod Holiday celebration

Founded in 1968 as Nauset Workshop, Cape Abilities has a long and distinguished history on Cape Cod. They are proud that 90 cents of every dollar donated goes directly to programs and that the organization has operated with revenues exceeding expenses for the past 27 consecutive years. Cape Abilities is a valued influential member of the Cape Cod community, where program participants live, work and volunteer, and forge meaningful partnerships with individuals and businesses. They also seek to create or promote partnerships with various local civic, social, business and educational groups in order to maximize opportunities for individuals with disabilities to be involved as valued members of the community.

Cape Abilities continues to grow, and currently serves, at any one time, more than 420 individuals with a broad range of developmental and intellectual disabilities, including autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy, blindness, Down syndrome, acquired brain injury, hearing impairment, mobility limitations, seizure disorder and mental health issues. The agency has program centers in Hyannis, Eastham and Falmouth and has over 285 talented staff members.